PLEASE NOTE: From April 2016 it will be a criminal offence to have an unmicrochipped dog. The keeper of the dog must have the microchip details in their own name. This means that many RRT dogs, who still have the microchip in our name will have to be transferred to their keeper. Please go to your vet, get the dog scanned, and then phone the microchip company, give them the chip number and ask for the dog to be transferred into your name. There is a fee for this, but it is way less than the £250 fine you will get if the chip is not in your name!
Laura, who came into rescue as her owners were working long hours, has been rehomed to Natasha and her family. Lovely Laura was incredibly stressed in kennels, but the day Natasha and her husband and children came to meet her, she took one look at the children and relaxed. Natasha says Laura is the most perfect dog ever!!!
Bo, who came into rescue as the owner’s landlord would not allow the family to keep a dog, has gone to live with Jax and Tim. Bo has settled in very well, and loves to work and train with his mum!
Saffy, who came into rescue at the tender age of 15 weeks, has now been rehomed to Mitch and Mick. Mitch has already started training classes with saffy, and is thoroughly enjoying working with our dear little girl.
Max has now been happily rehomed with Dave and Claire and their rottie bitch Lexi. He is enjoying his new life, with lots of fuss and long walks.
Evie has had a couple of false starts in her search for a loving home, but has now landed very firmly on her paws. Alex, Jim and Connor all adore their new addition to the family, and the feeling is most certainly mutual! Evie is continuing her training, and the difference in her after just a few weeks is amazing!
Cooper has gone to live with Jay and Di Armstrong, who recently lost RRT dog Ronnie at the age of 11. Cooper has settled in well and is enjoying his walks on the beach with his new adoring Mum and Dad!